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SHAREHOLDER UPDATE: Kendall Law Group Investigates Potentially Unfair Acquisition of Texas Industries ... will acquire all outstanding shares of TXI common stock. The national securities firm’s investigation seeks to determine whether Texas …
Reuters · 1/30/2014
Either way, a strong residential construction market could provide the price increases in cement that TXI appears to need in order to start turning a significant profit. Texas Industries' stock price is extremely dependent on a continued housing revival.
Seeking Alpha · 2/11/2013
Under the terms of the agreement, Texas Industries stockholders will receive 0.7 shares of MLM for each share of TXI common stock held, which represents only a 13 percent premium over the stock’s closing price before the deal was announced. Also ...
Business Wire · 1/28/2014
consistently lag peers • TXI stock has underperformed its peers over a 1-year, 3-year, 5-year and 10-year period It doesn't get more basic than mixing cement. Shamrock's entire premise is that if TXI was managed in a similar fashion to its peers ...
Daily Finance · 12/17/2009
In addition, Mr. Sawiris has agreed to, among other things, limit his ownership of TXI common stock to not more than 20% of the outstanding stock, and has agreed not to take certain other actions with respect to TXI, in each case through December 31 ...
StreetInsider · 7/20/2010
Martin Marietta will acquire all of the outstanding shares of Texas Industries common stock in a tax-free, stock-for-stock transaction. TXI shareholders will receive 0.700 Martin Marietta shares for each share of TXI common stock they own at close of ...
worldcement.com · 1/29/2014
Let's discuss the ideal qualities of a perfect stock, then decide if Texas Industries (NYSE: TXI ) fits the bill. The quest for perfection Stocks that look great based on one factor may prove horrible elsewhere, making due diligence a crucial part of your ...
The Motley Fool · ByDan Caplinger · 12/2/2011
Martin Marietta Inc said it has completed its acquisition of Texas Industries Inc (TXI). As a result, the common stock of TXI is no longer listed for trading on the New York Stock Exchange. In a statement, Ward Nye, Martin Marietta's CEO, said the merger ...
CN Cemnet · 7/3/2014
TXI is a major supplier of stone, sand, gravel and expanded shale and clay products, and one of the largest producers of bagged cement and concrete products in the Southwest. TXI shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "TXI."
NBC News · 9/13/2010
If a stock like Martin Marietta Materials can report a remarkably ... "We tried to be countercyclical; we came back and did the deal with TXI somewhere near the bottom of the cycle," he said. Nye further explained that they are seeing economic recovery ...
CNBC · 2/12/2015